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EM 726 Survivable Crisis Management

What You Get: 12 Units with over 37 pages with illustrations and charts

See some Sample Test Questions

Introduction

The Need for SCM Plan Development    

How to Develop an SCM Plan and Proposals    


Step 1   Assess Hazards, Risks, and Vulnerabilities
Step 2   Define SCM Requirements
Step 3   Assess Existing Capabilities 
Step 4   Identify and Rank Deficiencies
Step 5   Develop a Comprehensive Plan with Proposals
Step 6   Develop Contingency Plans with Proposals
Step 7   Train, Exercise, and Evaluate

Conclusions

Appendixes
Appendix A. . SCM Plan Review Format
Appendix B. . FEMA Regional Offices
Appendix C. . References

List of Figures and Tables

Figure 1   SCM Development Process Flowchart
Table 1   Hazards, Risks, and Vulnerabilities Checklist
Table 2   SCM Requirements Checklist
Table 3   Main Emergency Operations Plan Elements
Table 4   Features of a Survivable Emergency Operating Center
Table 5   SCM Warning and Communications Requirements
Table 6   Records for Emergency Operations
Table 7   Vital Records Safeguards
Table 8   SCM Capabilities Assessment Checklist
Table 9   Priorities, Costs, and Resources Checklist
Table 10   SCM Plan Outline-Foreword, Purpose, Goals, and Objectives

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

The ability to respond to all-hazard preparedness includes

a. eliminating hazards identified during the SCM process
b. the requirement to staff an EOC 24 hours per day under normal conditions
c. training only limited unpaid staff numbers to insure high levels of proficiency
d. the risks posed by proliferation of conventional, nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons technologies

When it comes to SCM planning every state or territory has the same potential hazards requiring common resources such as communications equipment, training, procedures,etc. (True/False)

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